The Cold Frame Project.

Sunday did not improve, weather wise, still no point mopping around feeling sorry for ones self, find something useful to do Hamilton.

The young Lupin seedling are coming along fine, possibly too fine, they are already starting to look leggy. What we need is a cold frame to harden the little blighters off.

In, what was once the old kitchen, now a glory hole for bikes, trike, Christmas decorations …….. I found an old wooden box with a broken lid and a few other issues, but we are talking cold frame here not a piece of quality furnisher.

Now, since olden oldies are not all the great at working at ground level, it would be much better to have it at a workable height, and it just so happened that I had four legs left from the tables I retrieved from the brewery skip, I knew they would come in handy someday.

Here is the cobbled together cold frame, it will look better once sanded back and has a uniform coat of paint, and of course a wooden frame and perspex lid, and I may even have a pair of wheels I can screw onto the front pair of legs to make it easier to wheel around when full of plants and to wheel it into the old kitchen when not required.

I’m H-A-P-P-Y I’m H-A-P-P-Y……….

Stay safe.

One thought on “The Cold Frame Project.

  1. Hi Walter The flowers will certainly cheer up the garden when they are in bloom later on this year. Good job. Take care Brenda

    On Sun, 7 Feb 2021, 3:40 pm The Grand Tour: Fife and Beyond, wrote:

    > threewheelsonmywaggon posted: ” Sunday did not improve, weather wise, > still no point mopping around feeling sorry for ones self, find something > useful to do Hamilton. The young Lupin seedling are coming along fine, > possibly too fine, they are already starting to look leggy. What we ” >

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